2017, Blog, Bookish, Books, Libraries, Reading, Uncategorized

What Reading is to Me #bookish #reader

"I don't know how people find the time to read" "Books...I don't really read" "Do libraries still exist?" These are all statements that make me shudder and shake my head in disbelief. I honestly cannot believe what people are missing by not reading. How they could have missed out on the innermost thoughts of Anne… Continue reading What Reading is to Me #bookish #reader

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First Love by Gwendoline Riley #BookReview #Baileys Prize

First Love is the shortest of all the books selected in the Baileys Prize 2017 shortlist but this does not make it any less powerful. Gwendoline Riley writes in a sober and sad style. There is a resignation about life that exudes from the main character who narrates in first person. Neve, is stuck. She drifts… Continue reading First Love by Gwendoline Riley #BookReview #Baileys Prize

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Seal Skin by Su Bristow #Bookreview

   A beautiful and haunting novel that will stay with you long after you have finished. When I initially started this book I was excited as I love fantasy, especially when in real and contemporary settings, but...when I reached the end of the first chapter I was shocked and stunned. The main character Donald does… Continue reading Seal Skin by Su Bristow #Bookreview

2017, Books, Reviews, Uncategorized

The Breakdown by B.A. Paris #bookreview

About Bestselling author B A Paris is back with a brand new psychological thriller for 2017. Cass Anderson didn’t stop, that night, to help the woman in the car down that dark country lane, and now she’s dead. Ever since, silent calls have been plaguing Cass and she’s sure someone is watching her. Consumed by… Continue reading The Breakdown by B.A. Paris #bookreview